Though some may not think of Mala Wharf as the most exciting place to snorkel much less conduct a cleanup, it should not be overlooked. The once bustling pier was destroyed by hurricane Iniki, leaving a dock that today serves as an artificial reef. Turtles, reef sharks, tropical fish and more flourish at the site, making it and important location to maintain.
When it comes to weather Hawaii is truly unlike anywhere else on the planet, and one of the most mystifying concepts for Maui visitors to wrap their head around is the way in which Maui's weather systems work.
When traveling to the Hawaiian Islands and other tropical locations, there's a good chance you will jump into the big blue. Even if you have no plans to snorkel around coral reefs, you still make an impact on marine ecosystems.
If you are preparing to embark on a Maui Island vacation, chances are you are a fairly active individual or family. Our beautiful island and surrounding seas offer many opportunities to fulfill your exercise needs, allowing you to soak up the relaxation thereafter.